By Alwyn Crawshaw
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Importantly, though, the repercussions of cutting that Matta-Clark explored, the discrete violation they brought about, offered not the simple replacement, but a revised translation, of ‘form,’ (eidos, disegno) one which provides for an intelligibility and instability. Matta-Clark’s work demonstrates an altered modality of form, where its role was both as an active destabilising and clarifying principle. For this to be other than contradictory requires that it be read through the notion of the creative question that was introduced in the previous chapter, which would propose that form enjoys two kinds of clarity.
For example, Circus, which was generated by the inscription of three spheres (the most perfect of all the Platonic solids) into the existing rectilinear geometry of a Chicago townhouse, did not prevent either of these geometric forms being perceived. However, as figure 1 demonstrates, what the cutting did bring about was a disruption in the usual legibility of surface form, the ease with which surface form could be perceived, and thus a disruption in the unquestioned assumption that experience should proceed from perceived experience of clear surface form to clear understanding that is linked somehow to an unchanging truth.
MattaClark made four cut drawings for the exhibition of Intraform and A W-Hole House: Datum Cut at Galleriaforma in Genoa, 1973, underscoring the point that his cut drawings were not simply a precursor to a building dissection. 36 GORDON MATTA-C LARK FORM (& MATTER) 37 38 GORDON MATTA-C LARK experience presumed by the surface itself), and we might at this point ask whether, and if so how, Matta-Clark’s projects usher in a clearly new sense of form. Matta-Clark’s cutting illustrates his broad concern to address form and architectural object together; as a technique, it cut against not only the surface formalism of his Cornell education, nor modernism’s close liaison with form, but with a far longer architectural tradition that sought to separate architectural form from built object.